At least by the Google Play Store download counter, two of the browsers are immensely popular on Android. Obviously Google’s own Chrome Browser which comes pre-installed on every Android devices is one among the two. While the other is Samsung Internet which with its crazy features and versatility has crossed the billion downloads milestone on Google Play Store just like the Chrome.
Now, Samsung has pushed a new stable update to the browser which brings slew of nifty features and improvements. The latest Samsung Internet 9.4 is live on the Google Play Store bringing the features which were recently available on the beta version. The video autoplay control and QR Code scanner to name some are making its way to the stable Samsung Internet.
New features and changes in Samsung Internet 9.4 are:
- QR Code reader
- Tab manager for Tablet devices
- Notification manager for Web pushes
- History navigation in each tab
- Video autoplay control
- Rename function while doing “add to home screen”
- Pause/resume function for “Save all images”
- Bug fix and stabilization
The autoplay control and QR Code options are situtated on Settings>>Useful features section, from where you may enable or disable these options based on your preference. The latest version also has a dedicated section for managing and viewing the notifications of web pushes. The notification manager can be accessed from Settings>>Sites and downloads.
You may go through the changelog once again to see the other minor changes incorporated on Samsung Internet. As of the upcoming features, Samsung is working to bring back the Video Assistant feature which had been removed from the browser in the past.
Samsung Internet: Google Play Store.
Samsung Internet works on any Android device running Android 5.0 or above. So, it’s definitely worth a try if you haven’t so far.